The stock market is flying high, but much of small business America remains grounded.
When household-name companies like Dell, Heinz and American Airlines put
up “for sale” signs, stock market investors get excited.
Famed soul food hot spot The Pink Tea Cup in New York City´s Greenwich
Village has filed for bankruptcy. According to statements by the
restaurant´s attorney, the eatery needs time to pay off debts it ran up
while it lacked a liquor license.
After several years in the wilderness, the American consumer is back. Well, sort of.
The automotive industry had a strong showing in Super Bowl XLVII as
eight car brands blitzed the commercial breaks with 13 game time ads.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion Ltd. reinvented itself during a
global launch Wednesday.
Historically Black Colleges and Universities got a major financial boost
recently when the NCAA announced that it would commit more than $3
million to HBCU athletic programs.
Southern California has become fertile ground for a new generation of designers
crafting clothes for Muslim women.
Prepaid debit cards are part of a growing niche of payment methods geared toward people who don’t have checking accounts.
Despite bipartisan desire to help U.S. businesses compete, the window appears to be closing for a
comprehensive revamp of how business is taxed.